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Unit 3 Carbon Cycle

BMMS Unit 3 Carbon Cycle

Carbon Cycle Components C02 Cycle Sunlight Ocean Exchange/Uptake Photosynthesis Dead Organisms Animal Respiration Fossil Fuels Factory emissions
Carbon Cycle 1 One of the most important elements on Earth. It is an element all living things are made up of
Carbon Cycle 2 Both plants and animals need ______ in order to survive. The _____ cycle recycles ______ between inorganic and organic forms
Carbon Cycle- CO2 The biggest abiotic reservoir for carbon is found in the atmosphere in the form of CO2
Carbon Cycle- Sunlight Plants utilize sunlight and CO2 from the atmosphere
Carbon Cycle- Ocean Exchange/Uptake CO2 is absorbed in the ocean
Carbon Cycle- Photosynthesis Photosynthetic organisms use CO2, water and sunlight to make organic material
Carbon Cycle- Dead Organisms When organisms decompose, carbon is added to the soil
Carbon Cycle- Animal Respiration Animals eat plants and other animals containing carbon. Cellular respiration changes organic carbon to CO2
Carbon Cycle- Fossil Fuels Over time, carbon from decomposing organisms can be used as fossil fuels
Carbon Cycle- Factory Emissions Burning of fossil fuels releases extra CO2 into the atmosphere
Created by: jgoodale